Subject: Blue Tongue Lizard

Location: Wodonga, Victoria

Camera: Canon 5DMKII

Lens: EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM

Featured:

Country Victoria (Australia) 27th October 2013
Super Macro Photography 29th October 2013

Tags

blue tongue lizard, lizard, blue, tongue, australian, reptile, native, country

Comments

  • mspfoto
    mspfoto11 months ago

  • Thank you very much for considering that “Blue” was worthy of a feature in the group :)

    – Ladedadeda

  • Manon Boily
    Manon Boily11 months ago

    simply amazing!!

  • Thank you very much, it makes all that time waiting for it’s little blue licker to come out worth while :)

    – Ladedadeda

  • MotherNature
    MotherNature11 months ago

    How beautiful and strange. Superb macro work! Congratulations on your feature in Super Macro Photography – FAVE:>)!

  • Thanks for the comment and fave, I can honestly say I have never seen a blue tongue quiet so detailed, I didn’t know they had that little extra piece or a slight fork until I decided to take this macro

    – Ladedadeda

  • john  Lenagan
    john Lenagan11 months ago

    Fabulous capture – great timing – never seen the blue tongue’s tongue from this angle Wow!

  • Thanks John, it is a bit different and only took 5 shots thankfully, I don’t normally go around taking tongue shots but I had just seen the new Miley Cyrus music clip :o)

    – Ladedadeda

  • dilouise
    dilouise11 months ago

    I love this shot, the tongue looks like a piece of leather. It’s an amazing macro.

  • Thank you glad you like it. I will never look at a lizard the same way again it really is interesting to see at 100%

    – Ladedadeda

  • Kathilee
    Kathilee11 months ago

    Wow . . . very unusual, pretty amazing capture!

  • lol unusual is one way of putting it …..thank you :)

    – Ladedadeda

  • GandK
    GandK10 months ago

    Nice capture on the tongue

  • Thanks it was a small and wriggly lizard so any capture was amazing for me lol

    – Ladedadeda

  • Susan S. Kline
    Susan S. Kline7 months ago

    LOL, I love this! Great capture. He sure is fitting of his name!

  • Cheers Susan, oh yes it is very easy to see where the name came from the blue changes with heat and health as well.

    – Ladedadeda

  • walela
    walela7 months ago

    Incredible

  • Thank you :)

    – Ladedadeda

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